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Newsletter 370

Video guest: Josephine Mwangi

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Friday, 22 February 2019

European Parliament:

2 September: - Committee on Foreign Affairs
- Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development

5 September: - Committee on International Trade
- Committee on Fisheries

Council of the EU:

- 8 September: Informal meeting of Ministers for Agriculture (AGRI)

European Commission:

- 5-6 September: The EU at the G20 summit


- 2-6 September : ACP-EC-UN-Habitat International Tripartite Conference
- 6 September: ACP Ad-hoc Working Group on Post-2015

You can also follow our new Facebook group CTABrussels and our Twitter account CTABrussels to receive up-to-date information on EU-ACP events.

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In this week’s CTA Brussels video interview, Dr. Stefano Padulosi - senior scientist at "Bioversity International" - talks about the advantages the NUS can have for developing countries. He presents a project that aims at promoting traditional crops, by working with all the actors across the value chain, including the demand side. The project wants to raise the awareness of the user community on the nutritional values of these species, and finally raise the demand - seen as a key factor for the commercialization of the final product.

The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has urged governments in developing countries to ban a toxic pesticide – already outlawed in the European Union – linked to the deaths of more than 20 children in India in the month of July alone.

Friday, 30 August 2013

On 13 August, a team of European experts in civil protection is leaving for Nigeria today to advise on measures to prepare for and mitigate the impact of floods. In 2012 the country suffered enormous flooding and the risk of a similar large-scale disaster is high.

On 14 August, the European Commission decided that it will direct a new €4 million fund towards developing countries for supporting children affected by conflict through education in emergencies and crisis situations.

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